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Middlesbrough Borough Council elections

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Middlesbrough Borough Council elections

Middlesbrough is a unitary authority in North Yorkshire, England. Until 1 April 1996 it was a non-metropolitan district in Cleveland. Since 2002 it has also had a directly elected mayor.

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Borough council

Since the first election to the council in 1973 political control of the council has been held by the following parties:

Non-metropolitan district

Unitary authority

Non-metropolitan district elections

  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 1973
  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 1976
  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 1979 (New ward boundaries)
  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 1983
  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 1987
  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 1991
  • Unitary authority elections

  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 1995
  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 1999
  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 2003 (New ward boundaries)
  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 2007
  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 2011
  • Middlesbrough Borough Council election, 2015 (New ward boundaries)
  • Mayoral elections

  • Middlesbrough mayoral election, 2002
  • Middlesbrough mayoral election, 2007
  • Middlesbrough mayoral election, 2011
  • Middlesbrough mayoral election, 2015
  • 2015–2019

    The by-election was triggered by the resignation of Councillor Ansab Shan, a member of the Labour Party, to accept an appointment with the Crown Prosecution Service

    References

    Middlesbrough Borough Council elections Wikipedia


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